Manchester United Set Eyes On This Real Madrid Target In A Potential Snatching Move

Manchester United
Manchester United

Both Manchester United and Real Madrid are interested in this German forward

According to Fichajes, Manchester United has set its sights on a prized target, a player who has long been on Real Madrid’s radar – Serge Gnabry.

The Premier League giants are considering a €50 million move for the brilliant winger, and the hunt for his signature is heating up. Manchester United and Real Madrid are both interested in signing him.

Florentino Perez, Real Madrid’s President, has been pushing the club on a new path in terms of player recruitment for some time now. Fede Valverde, Rodrygo Goes, Vinicius Junior, and Jude Bellingham have all donned the trademark white shirt as a result of this strategic adjustment.

However, Real Madrid is not the only club interested in Serge Gnabry. Manchester United has emerged as a dangerous adversary, with its financial strength and hopes to return to the heights of Sir Alex Ferguson’s heyday.

Under the supervision of manager Erik ten Hag, the Premier League superpower is willing to invest considerably in its effort to enhance the squad.

Serge Gnabry
Serge Gnabry

Manchester United, according to Sport Mediaset, is hesitant to wait for Gnabry’s contract with Bayern Munich to expire. The club is apparently contemplating a €50 million bid for the player, which would outbid Real Madrid’s initial value.

This sets up an epic battle between the two European behemoths for Serge Gnabry’s signature.

The 28-year-old Bayern Munich winger is at the pinnacle of his career, and his performances have caught the attention of big European clubs. In 223 Bavarian appearances, he has over 82 goals and 61 assists.

As the drama unfolds, it will be interesting to see if Manchester United’s financial muscle can outshine Real Madrid’s illustrious heritage.

Perez’s steadfast desire to see Serge Gnabry wear the legendary white jersey at the Santiago Bernabeu could also be key to the German international’s destiny.